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  • 41

    Jimmy Mak's

    4 reviews

    Do you like jazz? Do you like tasty food and well-crafted libations? Of course you do. As a Portland institution, Jimmy Mak’s has played host to some of the best local and national jazz acts ever! If jazz isn’t your thing, you should still check this place out for its atmosphere, food and drink. Located in the heart of downtown ...

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  • 42

    Food Front Cooperative Grocery: Hillsdale Store

    3 reviews

    Health Food Store. Groceries and deli with natural meats, some prepared and ready to cook, others precooked. Organic produce.

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  • 43


    2 reviews

    I went on Sunday evening to see their famous Sinferno performance because I had heard it was quite good. On their website if says Sinferno starts at 9PM but when we arrived they informed us that the live bands start at 9PM but the stage show didn't start until 11PM which was a bit of a bummer because the trains ...

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  • 44

    House of Vintage

    2 reviews

    Massive vintage store in the Hawthorne section of Portland. Cool vintage items and lots of clothes tons of variety not the best pricing for the quality. There are so many vintage and second hand shops to choose from just in Hawthorne if you are looking for higher quality second hand this wouldn't be my first choice, it's a bit too ...

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  • 45

    Wonder Ballroom

    3 reviews

    Wonder Ballroom is a concert hall located in the Northeast section of Portland. I've seen the Smashing Pumpkins and Manchester Orchestra (an up and coming band from Atlanta, Georgia) perform live. The sound could be better (I could barely hear the singer's lyrics), but the raucous audience don't seem to mind. One complaint. If you're paying tickets at the box ...

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  • 46


    2 reviews

    Binks serves drinks in the popular area of Alberta Street. Moroccan motifs and lamps are displayed throughout the bar, giving Binks an exotic dive-bar feel. Also, tea inspired cocktail drinks are their specialty so if you like you're iced tea mixed with alcoholic flavors, then Binks is meant for you.

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  • 47

    Multnomah Falls

    68 reviews

    Multnomah falls is absolutely gorgeous. I took my family and girlfriend there after nor having been for years and it was completely worth it. Great path for hiking up as well with a magnificent view of the Gorge along the way.

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  • 48

    Broadway Bridge

    15 reviews

    Furthest north of the the five main bridges in the center of the city in Portland.

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  • 49

    Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

    32 reviews

    I've been here once for a school field trip (when they were exhibiting the human body) and it was a very enjoyable experience. The exhibits and artifacts are very educational and kid-friendly. The museum is very large and family-oriented but appeals to kids and adults alike. Definitely come with family or younger people for a fun learning environment!

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  • 50

    Horsetail Falls

    9 reviews

    First off, let me mention how absolutely terrified of heights I am. Now, let me say how exciting and amazing this hike was. I came here once on a 5th grade field trip and putting aside my paranoia, it was a wonderful experience and absolutely beautiful. The hike is steep and not very monitored, so you'll have to be careful, ...

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  • 51

    Tom McCall Waterfront Park

    26 reviews

    Love the waterfront park in Portland! In the summer everyone comes out for the festivals in the park along the waterfront. Sometimes the lines can be long but overall Portland is not terribly crowded for a city. In fact the park is sometimes even better when there are no festivals on and you can enjoy the waterfront in peace and ...

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  • 52

    Lloyd Center Mall

    14 reviews

    Wild! A mall with an ice rink right in the center of the mall! I've never seen anything like it! As you can see in my postcard it's a three story mall with a food court and movie theater on top and the ice rink on the bottom right in the center. Wow!

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  • 53

    Fubonn Supermarket

    5 reviews

    Wide selection of pan-asian grocery! More neat and tidy than other smaller grocery stores in the city.

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  • 54

    Hollywood District

    5 reviews

    Nice spot out in the Northeast part of the city! Here you will find a Trader Joe's and the Panera Cares non-profit community cafe plus several nice restaurants. Easy to get to because it is off of several main roads including Broadway and Sandy and it's also right off of the MAX line at 42nd avenue.

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  • 55

    Whole Foods Market - Pearl

    6 reviews

    In Portland style my favorite special feature of this Whole Foods was the walk in refrigerated natural beer section!

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  • 56

    Oregon Zoo

    40 reviews

    It's a beautiful zoo with lots of exhibits and places to venture. It's always pleasantly crowded, so it's not insanely packed nor empty. I really enjoyed the aquariums and polar bear exhibit, and there's a large park area for picnics and enjoying the sun. For food, I had my first elephant ears here (deep-fried dough with cinnamon and sugar) and ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalOutdoor
  • 57

    Forest Park

    19 reviews

    Portland's answer to NYC's Central Park or SF's Golden Gate Park, this sprawling wilderness area is astonishingly wild and beautiful on its own, but especially considering it's within city limits. There are miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding, and plenty of places to stop and picnic or check out the view of the city.

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  • 58

    Pittock Mansion

    20 reviews

    Beautiful building with gorgeous views of Portland to check out. You can drive up or hike on the Wildwood Trail to visit the mansion. I've read that it's haunted... It costs $9.50 for adults to get in and they decorate the place during the holidays.

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  • 59

    Mount Tabor Park

    15 reviews

    Beautiful park. Great to spend time at on a hot summer day. Good view of the city if it's not cloudy.

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  • 60

    Steel Bridge

    16 reviews

    Located slightly to the north of the city this bridge is the one that the Max train goes over to head to the north east portion of the city.

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